R. H. Irving

Learn More
An exploratory study of computerized performance monitoring and control systems reveals both positive and negative effects. Responses of 50 clerical workers from 2 organizations with computerized monitoring were compared to 94 individuals from 3 organizations in similar jobs without computerized monitoring. The results indicate that computerized monitoring(More)
Office Automation is of major concern to vendors, to users, and to those academics who study relations between organizations, people and technology. Though technologies such as text processing and electronic mail have become common, other more esoteric systems such as file management, relational data bases and distributed information systems have yet to be(More)
  • 1